We featured the Snap Send Solve app for iPhone a fair while back. Now there’s an Android version with the same feature set: automatically letting you send information about issues and things that should be fixed to your local council.
Like the iOS version, the Android app lets you optionally attach a photo, and works out which council to contact by using the phone’s GPS data. It isn’t the first Android app to play in this space, as rival Neat Streets has been around since early 2010. Neat Streets claims a user base just over 2,000 on its site, while Snap Send Solve says it has 20,000 users.
Snap Send Solve is a free app for Android (and iPhone users), and only works in Australia.